It used to work great with Android Wear but an update broke it! Now the only option when you swipe is "open on phone" , you unlock the phone and the app disappears. You then need to locate/open the app then approve the pending notification. This happens even if smart lock is enabled and has become a real pain. It is also important to note that Apple Watch version allows you to approve without having to touch your phone.....the way it used to work for android wear. Poor design or vendor preference.......???? ------------------- Updated 9/28/2015 from 1 to 5 starts. Looks like they finally fixed it! Using a Nexus 6 with a pin lock password and the "Smart Unlock" feature enabled in Android 5.1 when paired to my Moto360 watch. I can now approve push notifications straight from my watch again without having to open the app on my phone. I can also add backup devices painlessly.
works great, super fast. i emailed them asking for wear integration and it was added within a few weeks. its not like i can choose to use a different app since i need this for work, but it does work well
The integration with Android Wear (Huawei Watch) is really bad. For something like this, I'd expect a single action workflow. The current workflow is: 1. Swipe up to bring Duo Mobile to the foreground 2. Swipe left to bring up the "Approve" button 3. Click "Approve" 4. Wait a few seconds and click "Confirm" The app needs to be greatly simplified on Android Wear. What I'd like to see is something like: 1. Duo pops up on the Watch asking for approval 2. Click Approve This is the way it works on an Apple Watch
since the update, It won't open & crashes when I try to gain access, there's no option to approve or deny
Works but questionable permissions Really??? A security app with notify startup? Massive fail!
Broken since last update The app just hangs when I select the notification and try to open it. The screen to approve the connection never shows. The only way around it is to accept it in the notification bar, and that only works if I have my phone unlocked at the time I try to login.
- Improved Android Wear support when administrator does not require device passcode.
- Added Duo logo to navigation bar.
- Fixed several bugs associated with account images.
- Fixed a crash when copying an empty passcode.
- Updated EULA for international compliance and to reflect third-party OATH-compliant token support.
Multi-factor authentication and work account services for Azure Active Directory